The point on a truss at which the top and bottom chords intersect, usually occurring at support.
To place cheques unevenly, so that one protrudes at the bottom of the stack.
The bottom of a Brush's bristles where they enter the handle
The bottom, or base, of the inside of a pipe bowl.
The point on the truss where the top and bottom chords intersect.
The heel of the glove is the bottom of the glove closest to the wrist. It is rough and can be used to injure a boxer in a clinch. It is a serious foul and occurs when the boxer rubs the heel against his opponent's face. Similarly, using the laces in the same manner is also a foul.
The lower portion of a glass or plastic container starting with the bearing surface of the bottom and including a small portion of the lower wall.
The very bottom of the backstrip, also called the tail.
The bottom of the inside of the pipe bowl.
The point of a truss at which the top and bottom chords intersect. Click on Heel types below for more details.
1. The outer side of a pipe or conduit bend. 2. The bottom of a metal lathe-cutting tool. 3. Bearing point on a rather or joist, etc. 4. Corner on the outside of a framing square. 5. Where the bristles on a paintbrush meet the handle.